: Aeroparque Jorge Newbery
: Linea Mitre - Estación Belgrano C
: General Paz
: Sálvame Maria
: Buenos Aires Golf Club
: Dashi Sushi/ Almacén de Pizzas
Car: not necessary
Belgrano is one of the quietest and nicest residential neighborhoods in the city, with a very special style due to its areas of low and traditional constructions, with large and old trees and numerous green spaces. The most urban sector, close to Barrancas de Belgrano is characterized by high and modern buildings. The lush Barrancas de Belgrano park was designed by the famous French-Argentine landscape/park architect Carlos Thays, who designed many open spaces throughout Buenos Aires
The commercial activity takes place 5 blocks away, along Cabildo Avenue, which also has access to all means of transportation. On weekends, you can visit the Craftsman Fair at the well known Belgrano Square, next to the Inmaculada Concepción church, known as 'La Redonda' (the round one), by locals because of its circular plan, surrounded by picturesque cafés and the Larreta Museum focused on Spanish art.
Nearby is Barrancas de Belgrano park, three blocks along older Rio de la Plata River natural terraces. Neighboring Nuñez neighborhood is widely known as the home of River Plate soccer club and its landmark stadium El Monumental - also home of the Argentine national soccer team.